Each year, Alma College celebrates the liberal arts on Honor’s Day. Traditional classes are cancelled and students present their work in a conference-like setting. Four education students were presenters at this year’s April 5 event.
Kapre Filhart ’18 shared her research in a presentation titled, “Teachers’ Perspectives on the Integration of Technology in K-8 Classrooms” Kapre previously presented her work at the Michigan Academy conference in March 2018. Kapre is an Elementary Education major. She is from Clare, Michigan.
Sadie Gelb ’19 performed in two dances on Honor’s Day, “The Process of Re-staging a Classical Ballet” and “Interdisciplinary Choreography.” Both of these dances were created by student choreographers. Sadie is pursuing majors in Theater and Dance and Educational Studies with a Special Needs concentration. Sadie is from Indianapolis, Indiana.
Libbey Jones ’18, presented her research in a presentation titled, “Creating and Sustaining Interest in STEM.” Libbey also presented her work at the Michigan Academy conference in March 2018. Libbey is an Elementary Education major. She is from Mason, Michigan.
The artwork of Alyse Townsend ’18 was displayed in the Flora Kirsh Beck Gallery as part of the Senior Show. During Honor’s Day, Alyse talked about the inspiration for her art in her presentation titled, “Senior Show: Pop Culture and Art.” Alyse majors in Art and is seeking certification as a K-12 art teacher. She is from Bay City, Michigan.